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in with the b-2 flyovers and the f-22s, not something that china wants to see long-term. >> and secretary cohen. i want to end on you, which is the question andrea and i have been talking about all week and that everyone has been talking about all week, is this time with north korea different? do we have any way of knowing that? >> i think it's different, in the sense that you have a young and i would say rather immature young leader who really doesn't have much worldly experience. and again escalating the rhetoric to the point of threatening a nuclear attack upon the united states or our allies. when you engage in that kind of rhetoric, it becomes much more difficult to find a way down from the heights of that. and so i think that it makes it different now that we see that they are becoming much more aggressive. at least rhetorically. they are developing more in terms of the testing of the third test of a nuclear weapon. they are going to be testing a longer-range missile capability. so it's different because you've got a young leader who doesn't, i think have the mature to really understand h
, they're concerned about the b-2s and the f-22s, shoet of force thats with deliberately aim dodd reinforce the show of strength to our allies in south korea and japan. >> i think it was very important that the united states make clear to not just the north koreans, that there were conventions fconsequences for their action, but to reaffirm to the allies that the security agreements will uphold and i think it's important to focus the chinese to the fact that if they're not prepared to put the pressure on the north and they have the greatest impact on the north, then this can become more destabilizing. and that instability is not in china's interest certainly. it's not in anybody's interest in the region. if wub goes to obld operate accord lgd to what's in everybody's interest, china needs to be more engaged in the effort. >> china did notรง celebrate th national day in north korea. that's a signal. but what more do you want to see? what do you want to see that's real that means money. that means pressure? what do you want do see china do? >> i think, andrea, china has a lot of op
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